JNBridge Lab: Integrating Java- and Mono-Based Microservices Using Docker
New R&D Lab Shows How to Deploy Both Java and .NET Sides of a JNBridgePro-Enabled Application as a Docker Container
BOULDER, Colorado, May 24, 2016 – JNBridge, the leading provider of interoperability tools to connect Java and .NET frameworks, today posted a new R&D lab, “Integrating Java-and Mono-Based Microservices Using Docker,” on JNBridge.com. In this lab, JNBridge uses the book inventory system example from the previous lab to demonstrate how to “Dockerize” any JNBridgePro-enabled application, and ensure that its .NET and Java sides can interact seamlessly with each other.
Container technology like Docker has taken off as a cost-effective and streamlined way to deploy and manage enterprise software. The application-portability technology is also ideal for hosting microservices, which are similar to applications that use JNBridgePro to bridge their .NET and Java sides. In “Integrating Java-and Mono-Based Microservices Using Docker,” JNBridge shows readers how to build Docker images for the Java and .NET sides, and how to download and modify prebuilt images. Readers will also learn how to start up the Java and .NET sides in their own Docker containers, network them, and access them from a web browser.
“Container technology is a hot commodity among enterprises, thanks to its cost and operational benefits,” said Wayne Citrin, cofounder and CTO, JNBridge. “Our latest lab builds the developer’s skill set to include .NET and Java interoperability when creating microservices with Docker, so that the adoption of container technology won’t be derailed by incompatibility issues.”
To read more about how to Dockerize JNBridgePro-enabled applications, please read “Integrating Java-and Mono-Based Microservices Using Docker.”
Since 2001, JNBridge has made seamless and cost-effective Java and .NET interoperability a reality. The company’s award-winning bridging technology, JNBridgePro and JMS Adapters for .NET and BizTalk, enables cross-platform communication on premises or in the cloud so businesses can focus on innovation, not on solving interoperability issues. More than 600 organizations around the world rely on JNBridge, making it the most popular bridging solution in the industry. To learn more, please follow us on Twitter or visit www.jnbridge.com.